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Patna: The Nitish Kumar-led government in Bihar is making special preparations to improve its presence in social media. On behalf of the government, the districts with negligible activity on WhatsApp, Facebook and Twitter have been asked to register their presence on these platforms and increase their concern with the general public. Expressing dissatisfaction over the performance of some districts to improve social media presence, the Information and Public Relations Department (IPRD) has asked the concerned officials to inform the public about the achievements and welfare measures of the Bihar government through various social media platforms including Facebook, Twitter and WhatsApp. directed to inform.
task to increase followers
The concerned officials have also been asked to be active on these forums and try to increase the number of “followers”. During a brainstorming session recently organized by the IPRD department, it was said that the district PRD officers should try to reach out to every individual and every social class by increasing the number of followers on the social media platform of their respective districts.
Increase reach on social media in districts
The number of followers on the Twitter handle of the district administration in Araria district has dropped from 12,899 in March, 2023 to 11,00 in April, 2023 and its social media interaction has seen a decline. In districts like Siwan and Jamui, their total numbers didn’t even reach double digits, despite adding nine and seven followers, respectively, during the same period. Other districts that have been asked to increase the number of followers are Aurangabad (11), Sheohar (17), Madhepura (25), Lakhisarai (27), Kishanganj (55), Sheikhpura (64), Bhojpur (64), Arwal (67). ), Sitamarhi (68), Khagaria (74) and Madhubani (87).
Poor performance in districts
On the other hand, Bihar’s capital Patna district topped the list with 1341 new followers, followed by Nalanda (566), East Champaran (304) and Muzaffarpur (270). As far as Facebook is concerned, 14 districts of the state Gaya, Banka, East Champaran, West Champaran, Rohtas, Saran, Samastipur, Khagaria, Darbhanga, Lakhisarai, Muzaffarpur, Sitamarhi, Purnia and Buxar are able to add even one new follower to their respective pages. were unsuccessful. Madhepura lost 100 followers in the month of April, down from 5100 followers in March, while Begusarai is yet to reach double digits despite adding eight new people. Patna again topped here with 2000 followers added in the month of April, followed by Gopalganj (1000) and Vaishali (1000).
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